Dungeness Crabs and Blackberry Cobblers: The Northwest Heritage Cookbook (Knopf Cooks American)

Dungeness Crabs and Blackberry Cobblers The Northwest Heritage Cookbook Knopf Cooks American Northwest cooks have made the most of the incredible bounty of a vastly diverse terrain ocean mountains fertile valleys and desert Cooking teacher and food writer Janie Hibler weaves the strand of

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  • Title: Dungeness Crabs and Blackberry Cobblers: The Northwest Heritage Cookbook (Knopf Cooks American)
  • Author: Janie Hibler
  • ISBN: 9780679765769
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • Northwest cooks have made the most of the incredible bounty of a vastly diverse terrain ocean, mountains, fertile valleys, and desert Cooking teacher and food writer Janie Hibler weaves the strand of local culinary history into this collection of 220 delectable recipes, blending the old with the new Photographs.

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    1. This is a fantastic collection of recipes from the Pacific Northwest region of the country. In addition, the author has included photos of the region, cultural and historical information pertaining to the food. The recipes I have tried all turned out great. I am working my way through the seafood and vegetable sections!

    2. I appreciated the anecdotes in the sidebar of each recipe more than the recipes themselves, the cultivation of the strawberry more interesting than freezer jam. (More valuable as a history book than a cookbook)

    3. The recipes weren't especially inspiring but the history was. I learned more about the Pacific Northwest than I did in a history class! It was well worth the read for the sidebars and headers.

    4. There are some wonderful recipes in here that highlight the bounty of the Northwest--given to us by Sarah and John when they lived in Seattle

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